Camping is located very close to the most beautiful apulien locations. our camping is a good starting point to get fascinating places and visit wonderful towns with theyr romanesque cathedrals and theyr nightlife.
Bari is the capital of the Italian region of Puglia
Its old town “Bari Vecchia” gets a lot of bar, pub and shops where you can find typical handmade items. Bari's most famous church is the eleventh-century Romanesque Basilica di San Nicola. It is dedicated to St. Nicholas also known as Santa Claus and his remains still lie in the crypt. This is an important religious destination not just for Catholics but also for Orthodox pilgrims. Want to try typical Apulien dishes? We advise La Vela restaurant in Torre a Mare where you will taste fresh fish, just the catch of the day cooked in the best way.
Trani, the real Romanic Style
Trani is very closed to our camping and it is one of the most cute town of our region. This nice place is the center of the nightlife in summer. You'll find cafes where you can sit and have a drink or snack along the waterfront. The cathedral is a recognized example of Romanic style and nearby is a twelfth-century church built by the Knights Templar, the Chiesa di Ognissanti. Trani was on a route used by crusaders heading to and from the Holy Land. Trani's defensive fortress, the Castello Svevo, is just beyond the cathedral.
Barletta, town of "Disfida"
Near Trani is Barletta a town rich of cafes and restaurant straight on the sea . This town finds its nightlife in Nazareth road that is full of people every night. One of Barletta's claims to fame is the tale of the Disfida di Barletta (Challenge of Barletta) a 1503 duel between Italian and French knights to prove who were the true cowards. The event is celebrated each year with re-enactments in February and again in the summer. The story is displayed on a board outside the Cantina della Disfida, reputedly the tavern which was the setting for the original insult.
Castellana caves, enjoy 3 km of walking
The caves of Castellana are spectacular with all the stalactites and stalagmites. The site is truly great because the entrance cave has a huge hole in the ”roof” that allows the daylight to enter and make it like standing in a church, with the glimmering in the church windows. This is the most important speleological site in Europe.
Castel del Monte, Frederick II crown
Castel del Monte is in the middle of nowhere but it is one of the most important castle built by Frederick II: Holy Roman Emperor known as “Stupor Mundi” (Wonder of the World). It's seen as the greatest of his castles, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The castle looks like a crown, its shape is octagonal with eight octagonal towers.
Alberobello, land of the trulli
Alberobello is a fantastic and picturesque destination. The small town is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its unusual districts of trulli, the characteristic white-washed conical-roofed houses of the area. There are 1070 trulli just in the old town, they are built from the local limestone, with dry-stone walls and a characteristic conical roof.
Fasano, the Safari Park
Coming down from hills the town of Fasano occupies a dominant position in the valley which then leads down to the sea. In Fasano you can visit the Safari Park where you can drive your own vehicle and observe freely roaming animals. Fasano hosts one of the most important rally race in Apulia.